Aston Martin just delivered its first luxury boat -- and it looks amazing

Aston Martin has officially entered the boating business.

The luxury car maker debuted its first boat in September 2016 — and it has now entered the hands of its first owner.

The boat, called the AM37, was made in conjunction with Quintessence Yachts and starts at $US1.64 million. But the one hitting the seas was heavily customised, making it cost a lot more than the initial price tag.

Scroll down for a closer look at the boat:

Aston Martin worked on the AM37 for two years starting in 2014.

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Aston Martin delivered its first boat in August. Only 8 to 12 boats will be sold each year.

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The owner customised the yacht with Charcoal Lacquer wood to match their new Vantage AMR. The power boat was also outfitted with a convertible sofa, champagne cooler, and Lacewood table.

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Aston Martin is selling two versions of the boat. The base model relies on twin 370-hp diesel engines or two 430-hp gasoline engines to reach a top speed of 45 knots. It costs $1.64 million.

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The other version comes with twin 520-hp engines to reach a top speed of 50 knots. It costs around $2.1 million.

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Both boat trims come with a carbon fibre dashboard that was designed to mimic Aston Martin sports cars. The dashboard features a control monitor, navigation system, and entertainment display.

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Owners can cover the entire cockpit by pressing a button to activate a sliding deck. There's even a swim platform that can extend from the back of the boat so you can dip into the water with ease.

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It comes with a bathroom, refrigerator, microwave oven, and coffee machine. It even comes with air conditioning if that sea air isn't cool enough for you.

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Aston Martin is treating the boat as an exclusive purchase, so it will take some leg work to get your hands on one.

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